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American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History

200 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024
212-769-5100   https://www.amnh.org/
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Founded in 1869, the American Museum of Natural History is the largest natural history museum in the world. The museum complex, located in New York City, contains 45 permanent exhibition halls, a planetarium, and a library. Its collections contain over 100 million specimens of plants, animals, fossils, minerals, rocks, meteorites, human remains, and human cultural artifacts, as well as specialized collections for frozen tissue and genomic and astrophysical data. There is a museum shop on the premises, as well as many opportunities for food and drink.

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Categories: Children, Family, Nature, Science

Pass Benefits

Patrons are able to redeem up to 4 library vouchers per household for free admission to the American Museum of Natural History's permanent collection, as well as one special exhibition or show of the patron's choice. 

Patrons will need to book reservations to the Museum in advance after receiving their voucher. 

For more helpful information on visiting the Museum druing this unique time, and to book advance tickets, pleas visit amnh.org/plan-your-visit. 

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

990 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11225
718-623-7260   https://www.bbg.org/
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Founded in 1910, the 52-acre Brooklyn Botanic Garden is located near the Brooklyn Museum. Home to over 14,000 kinds specimens from all over the world, special gardens highlight various types of plants, with the botanic garden collections housed both indoors and out. Information about what's currently in bloom, suggested itineraries based on the time of the year, and a map of the grounds are available on the website. There is an art gallery, a small café, and gift store on the premises.

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Categories: Art, Family, Nature, Science

Pass Benefits

Admits Two Adults and accompanying children under 17.

Pass is Print from Home.

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Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum

Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum

West 46th Street, Pier 86, New York, NY 10036
877-957-7447   http://www.intrepidmuseum.org/
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The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, located on the Hudson River in Manhattan, features the legendary aircraft carrier Intrepid, the space shuttle Enterprise, some of the world's fastest jets, and a guided missile submarine. The ship is now a National Historic Landmark, having served tours of duty in World War II and the Vietnam War, and acted as a recovery vessel for the Gemini and Mercury space missions. In addition to more than two dozen authentically restored aircraft, the museum includes the Exploreum Interactive Hall, an interactive exhibit space; an 18,000 sq. ft. education center; “Growler,” the only American diesel-powered strategic missile submarine open to the public; and Pier 86.

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Categories: Children, Family, History, Military, Technology, Ocean, Sky

Pass Benefits

Pass admits up to three adults and three children for one visit to the Intrepid Air and Space Museum. This includes the aircraft carrier Intrepid, submarine Growler and the Space Shuttle Pavilion.

Pass is Print from Home.

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The Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum

1109 5th Ave., (92nd Street), New York, NY 10128
212-423-3200   https://www.thejewishmuseum.org/
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Founded in 1904 in New York City, the Jewish Museum was the first institution of its kind in the United States, and currently the oldest in the world. Their holdings include nearly 30,000 objects reflecting global Jewish identity over more than 4,000 years—painting, sculpture, works on paper, photography, installations, media, archaeological artifacts, antiquities, and ceremonial objects. Highlights include works by Man Ray, Eva Hesse, Andy Warhol, Alfred Steiglitz, and Marc Chagall, as well as an 18th century Hanukkah menorah from Germany and a Torah Ark from 1899. Permanent and changing exhibits—and monograph shows of significant artists, for which they are known—are drawn from their collection and outside sources. All floors are accessible for people using mobility aids or who need to avoid stairs. All public restrooms include accessible facilities.

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Categories: Art, Family, History

Pass Benefits

Print at home pass allows two people admittance into the museum. 

Important note, once you sign up for the pass you will have to also follow the link provided to sign up for a timed entry ticket through the Jewish Museum's Website. 

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Museum of Modern Art

Museum of Modern Art

11 West 53 Street, New York, NY 10019
212-708-9400   https://www.moma.org/
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Located in midtown Manhattan, The Museum of Modern Art was founded in 1929 to collect and display “Modern” art, focusing primarily on Europe and North America. Today its encyclopedic collection from around the world includes almost 200,000 paintings; sculptures; prints; drawings; photographs; objects, models, and drawings related to design and architecture; and a significant number of films and movie stills. Many iconic works from the 20th century may be found there, including Vincent van Gogh's “The Starry Night,” Claude Monet's “Water Lilies,” and Pablo Picasso's “Les Demoiselles d'Avignon,” as well as contemporary works by Andy Warhol, Elizabeth Murray, Cindy Sherman, and many others. There are a number of dining options and a gift shop on the premises.

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Categories: Architecture, Art, Crafts, Family

Pass Benefits

Free admission for the cardholder and up to 4 adult guests (children 16 and under are free and not included in that count).

Pass is circulating. A $20 refundable deposit is required and pass must be picked up at the library on the scheduled pickup date. 

If passes are returned late the deposited is forfeited and further fines will accrue. 

Passes open up 30 days in advance of current day. Passes are offered on a first come, first served basis.

One non reservable pass is held at the Reference Desk for use on a first come, first served basis.

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New York Historical Society Museum & Library

New York Historical Society Museum & Library

170 Central Park West, (77th Street), New York, NY 10024
212-873-3400   https://www.nyhistory.org/
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The New-York Historical Society was established in 1804, making it New York City's first museum. Its current home is one of the last Beaux-Arts style buildings built in the country. Permanent and changing exhibits draw upon the Society's holdings to highlight certain historical themes. The Society's collection contains over 1.6 million works, including art by Thomas Cole, Rembrandt Peale, and Gilbert Stuart, and all 435 of John James Audubon's extant preparatory watercolors for “Birds of America.” Among the institution's holdings are sculptor Elie Nadelman's collection of American folk art; one of the world's largest collections of Tiffany glasswork; George Washington's camp bed from Valley Forge; a collection of US newspapers from the 1700s; and many other important historical objects and artifacts. A relatively recent addition is a space dedicated to an interactive children's history museum. A restaurant and museum shop are on the premises.

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Categories: Architecture, Art, Family, History

Pass Benefits

2 adults and 4 children are allowed entrance. 

Pass is Print from Home.

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

1071 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10128
212-423-3500   https://www.guggenheim.org/
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The Guggenheim Museum's home in New York is in unique building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright which was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 2008. Its permanent collection contains many well-known 20th century works, including art from various movements, including—but not limited to—Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, German and Austrian Expressionism, Abstract Expressionism, Minimalist, Post-Minimalist, and Conceptual art. Temporary exhibitions draw from both the museum's collection and outside sources. A museum shop is on the premises.

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Categories: Architecture, Art, Family

Pass Benefits

This pass provides free admission for up to four adults or students, plus $5 admission for a maximum of two additional guests. Children under 12 years of age are always free.

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Storm King Art Center

Storm King Art Center

1 Museum Road, New Windsor, NY 12553
845-534-3115   https://www.stormking.org/
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Originally founded to exhibit a collection of Hudson River School paintings, Storm King Art Center is a museum located on 500-acres in New York's Hudson Valley. Currently, the museum collects, exhibits, and conserves modern and contemporary art—from large-scale sculpture situated in Storm King's expansive landscape and site-specific earthworks to related drawings and photographs. The core collection includes pieces by Alexander Calder, David Smith, Mark di Suvero, Henry Moore, Douglas Abdell, Isamu Noguchi, Richard Serra, and Louise Nevelson. More recently acquired work includes large-scale sculptures by Magdalena Abakanowicz, Alice Aycock, Andy Goldsworthy, Alexander Liberman, Sol LeWitt, Roy Lichtenstein, and Maya Lin. Food is available on the premises.

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Categories: Art, Family

Pass Benefits

Two adults and up to four children from the same household.

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